We share some of our favourite gifts from Belgium you can send to friends and family back home, via Amazon; including Belgian chocolate gifts, Belgian beer baskets and a bit of quirky Belgian humour.
Today, we’re getting personal and sharing one of the hardest lessons we’ve learned as expats. We’re also giving you a sneak peak of our big plans, and the future of CheeseWeb.
To celebrate the launch of her new book, Married With Luggage, our guest contributor, Betsy, shares 5 tips to keep your expat relationship strong and healthy and offers CheeseWeb readers a chance to win a fabulous prize, so read on!
After almost nine years of living abroad, I’ve learned countless things about myself, Belgium, and expat life. Today I want to share five of these lessons I wish I knew when I first arrived as an expat in Belgium.
Today, our trailing spouse expert, Louise, offers three easy tips to discover your passion and live a fulfilling expat life.
Today, expat coach, Louise, looks at 7 guilty secrets common to trailing spouses. If you recognize yourself in any of them, never fear, you aren’t alone.
When you land in a new country as an expat, the initial days are filled with a mix of excitement and fear. While there are plenty of resources and support to help new expats cope, what happens at the end of our expat assignment. Today, our guest contributor, Michelle, discusses the difficulties of reverse culture shock and confronts the question, ‘can you ever really go home again?’
After 8 years in Belgium, our expat lives are becoming cluttered and all of that stuff is holding us back from what we really value – travel and experiences. Luckily, I’ve just found the solution and I urge you to join us in decluttering your expat life.